Cranbrook doubles up Notre Dame Prep behind Cormier’s hat trick

BLOOMFIELD HILLS — After falling a single goal short of the program’s first-ever state title a year ago, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood’s campaign to improve upon its runner-up status is underway this fall.  Still in the season’s infancy stage, the Cranes improved their record to 2-0 with a victory over visiting Pontiac Notre Dame Prep, 4-2, on Monday. Senior Cooper Cormier turned in a hat trick performance to lead the Cranbrook attack, which was kickstarted by two goals within the first five minutes of the game. Burdened by its poor […]

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Notre Dame gets accolades from the state for sportsmanship, second year in a row for the school

MHSAA received zero reports of unsportsmanlike conduct about Notre Dame throughout the entire 2014-15 season of sports. For the seventh straight year, Michigan ranked seventh nationally in high school sports participation, according to statistics for the 2014-15 school year released recently by the National Federation of State High School Associations. Michigan also ranked ninth or higher in participation in 25 of 28 sports in which the Michigan High School Athletic Association conducts a postseason tournament. For Notre Dame, which fields 82 sports teams this year—57 for its high school participants alone—it […]

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Notre Dame coach talks Irish football

In an interview held today after practice, Notre Dame’s head football coach Pat Fox, now in his second year with the Irish, talks about his team and the upcoming 2015 season. Coach Fox on this year’s varsity schedule: “Our schedule this year is extremely competitive with seven playoff teams on it. We open up with a district champion, Redford Thurston, then go into game two with Tecumseh, which also was a playoff team last year. Game three, we play Warren Michigan Collegiate, and they were a playoff team that went […]

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